Oscars 2014: Best Dressed Baby Bumps: Olivia Wilde, Kerry Washington and Elsa Pataky

By charmaine corne clutton
March 3, 2014 4:03 PM EST

Oscars 2014: Best Dressed Baby Bumps: Olivia Wilde, Kerry Washington and Elsa Pataky

Everyone's eyes are glued to the 86th Academy Awards in the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. Starting from the Red Carpet, Hollywood A-listers and amateur artists upped the ante with their designer gowns and suits. Among the notable 'Best Dressed' icons, Lupita Nyong'o emerges as the darling of the press-having worn an elegant flowy Prada gown. Lupita bags the award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in "12 Years a Slave".

Other actors such as Jared Leto ditched the typical black suit for a more old school style; Leto wore a white tuxedo with a red butterfly ribbon. Leto further asserted his own style by letting his perfectly tousled hair down. In his acceptance speech as Best Supporting Actor, Leto thanked his mom and brother for being with him throughout his career. Leto further brought the house to tears when he reached out to Venezuelans and Ukranians in his acceptance speech.

While most actresses and actors rocked the Dolby house with their toned bodies accentuated in their thousand dollar gowns, resident pregnant celebrities looked extra dazzling in their ensemble. Leading the pack was Olivia Wilde who looked flawless in her Valentino gown. The "Scandal" star, Kerry Washington, donned a purple design by Jason Wu and accessorized with Jennifer Meyer jewels. The "Fast and the Furious" star Elsa Pataky rocked an intricately embellished teal gown that exposed her lovely growing baby bump. Chris Hemsworth looked entranced by his wife as the two were seen arm-in-arm.

In other news, comedienne Ellen DeGeneres provides a fun-filled Oscars night for the celebrities with her funny antics and jokes. The comedienne wore a Yves Saint Laurent suit to the awards night. Portia de Rossi looked equally stunning in her cut-out dress that accentuated her toned pins.

Check out the Best Dressed Baby bumps here: 

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